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  • About 30 International Partner Institutions
  • Context is not just there, it is constructed and shaped
  • Context is not just there, it is constructed and shaped

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  • 1. Crossing bordersRethinking Learning in Organizations
    Christian Glahn
  • 2.
    • Dutch distance education university
    • 3. No on-campus courses
    • 4. Flexible and personalized learning
    • 5. approx. 20k students
    • 6. Main campus Heerlen
    • 7. 21 Study Centres across the Netherlands and Belgium
    • 8. 2009 25th anniversary
    • 9. Home of the IADTU
    OU.NL
  • 10.
    • Competence Centre for educational technologies and e-learning
    • 11. approx. 120 staff
    • 12. Interdisciplinary research and development
    • 13. Learning and Cognition
    • 14. Learning Networks
    • 15. Learning Media
    • 16. National and international projects for education and industry
    • 17. Member in international standardization committees
    CELSTEC
  • 18. The CELSTEC Laboratory
    Exploring the educational technologyof the future
    Mobile learning
    Ubiquitous learning
    Workplace learning
    Personalization
    Usability (incl. eye tracking studio)
    Games and simulations
    Technology scouting
    Information and training events
    Active working environment
  • 19. Where are the people?
    The Working Situation
  • Our Learning Problem
    Innovating together
  • 24. In an international highly mobile group we ask ourselves
    What Holds group work together?
  • 25. Communicating is not enough!
    Photo owned by http://www.flickr.com/photos/johnmueller/3814846567/
  • 26. Knowledge Sharing
  • 27. Knowledge Sharing is Learning in a Group
  • 28. Knowledge Sharing
    Homepage
    • Extranet Information
    • 29. Intranet Information
    • 30. Project Wikis
    (http://celstec.org)
  • 31. Knowledge Sharing
    Public Document Repository
    • Research reports
    • 32. Publications
    • 33. Open access to all documents
    (http://dspace.ou.nl)
  • 34. Knowledge Sharing
    Staff Web-logs
    • Research documentation
    • 35. Project coordination
    • 36. Early research and trends
    (http://elgg.ou.nl)
  • 37. Knowledge Sharing
    Shared mind maps
    • Research documentation
    • 38. Project planning
    • 39. Brainstorming
    (http://www.mindmeister.com)
  • 40. Knowledge Sharing
    Social Information Portal
    • Web-logs
    • 41. Social Bookmarks
    • 42. Integration not replication
  • Too Many systems confuse the staff
    Let’s face the obvious
  • 43. Engage People into Sharing
    Fun and payoff are important
  • 44. More Knowledge Sharing
    Reflection support widgets
    • Review current work
    • 45. Identify learning activities
    • 46. Identify learning needs
    • 47. Review learning progress
  • Engagement and Reflection
    need Context
    Location
    Peers
    Tasks
    Projects
    Context
    Collaboration
    Concepts
    Time
    Participation
    Events
  • 48. Context can be Constructed and Shaped
    Location
    Peers
    Tasks
    Projects
    Context
    Collaboration
    Concepts
    Time
    Participation
    Events
  • 49. Contextualize Information
    Web-based
    Desktop application
    Personal
    Comprehensive overview
  • 50. Contextualize Information
    Mobile
    Personal
    Quick overview
    (Semi-) automatic filtering
  • 51. Contextualize Information
    Ambient
    Social
    Quick overview
    Ad-hoc discussions
  • 52. Contextualize Information
    Only one source of information
  • 53. Knowledge Sharing using Video
  • 54.
    • High quality
    • 55. A lot of preparation
    • 56. “Long” production line
    • 57. Long term investment
    Educational Video
    Knowledge Sharing using Video
  • 58. Educational Video Portal
  • 59. Study Coach
  • 60. Interactive Videos
    Emergo Framework
    • Game like interaction
    • 61. Students can influence the story line
    • 62. Didactic guiding possible
    • 63. It is easy to author story lines
  • Educational Video
    Flash Meeting
    Knowledge Sharing using Video
    • Low to mid quality
    • 64. Meeting documentation
    • 65. Synchronous and asynchronous communication modes
    • 66. Deeper communication modes
  • Flash Meeting
    Live discussions
    Discussion replay
  • 67. Educational Video
    Flash Meeting
    Knowledge Sharing using Video
    Screen and Lab Casts
    • Mid to high quality
    • 68. Show and tell
    • 69. Software and concept related information sharing
  • Screen and Lab Casts
  • 70. Educational Video
    Flash Meeting
    Knowledge Sharing using Video
    Screen and Lab Casts
    • Mid to high quality
    • 71. Easy to use
    • 72. Quick capturing of situations
    • 73. Show and tell
    • 74. Community building
    • 75. Process related
    information sharing
    Ad-hoc Video
  • 76. Community Channel
    Search YouTube for CELSTEC to find out more!
  • 77. Integrated podcasting service
    • Desktop delivery
    • 78. Mobile delivery
    • 79. External training (for students)
    • 80. Internal training and sharing (for staff and partners)
    Educational Video
    Flash Meeting
    Knowledge Sharing using Video
    Screen and Lab Casts
    Ad-hoc Video
  • 81. Conclusion
    Connecting a group in a multi-national environment
    Communication is not enough
    Sharing knowledge leads to learning
    Engage people for sharing is important
    Contextualize information
    Lower barriers for creating information
  • 82. Contact information
    Dr. Christian Glahn
    Assistant Professor
    Centre for Learning Sciences and Technologies
    EMail: christian DOT glahn AT ou DOT nl
    http://celstec.org http://www.ou.nl
    http://www.slideshare.com/phish108